IND vs AUS: Australia bat-bat with Virat Kohli’s fake wicket! The run machine unleashed fury in the pavilion
There was great competition between India and Australia in the second test. The visiting team dominated India on the second day. At the same time, Virat Kohli’s wicket in this match has become a topic of much discussion.
Virat Kohli looked angry after losing the wicket. (AFP)
1. Virat Kohli remained just 6 runs away from his half-century.
2. Nathan Lyon took five wickets on the second day in Delhi.
New Delhi. In the second Test between India and Australia (India vs Australia), there was a close fight on the first day. But on the second day, the visiting team dominated India. Questions were raised in the first Test against Australian bowler Nathan Lyon. But in the second, the veteran wreaked havoc and silenced the critics. At the same time, something happened in this match with Virat Kohli, the former captain of Team India, after which the anger of the fans erupted.
Virat Kohli has started 2023 in a great way. He played century innings one after the other, showing amazing consistency in ODIs. But for Kohli, scoring a century in Test looks like a mountain. The run machine could not do anything special in the first test. But he was seen in rhythm on his home ground. Virat was just 6 runs away from his half-century, but a decision by the umpire made him upset. At the same time, the fans are also looking unhappy.
Virat was not out
Virat put the bat forward on the ball of Australia’s debutant Matthew Kunnemann. The ball was near the bat and pad, and umpire Nitin Menon raised his finger. However, Virat also opposed it but the decision remained out. Many people believe that Virat’s bat was put first, and continuous discussion is going on about this decision. Virat was also seen angry about his wicket in the pavilion. Former Indian veteran Wasim Jaffer has also tweeted about this decision.
According to Wasim Jaffer, it was not out. After this wicket of Virat, Australia’s bat has become a bat. Team India has lost its 7 wickets and is behind by 84 runs. Young all-rounders Akshar Patel and R Ashwin are on the front.
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